Tom Brady will never stop looking for talent, even if that means calling on a few retired guys like Julian Edelman and Randy Moss to form a superteam.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback has had a heavy hand in building the Buccaneers roster to the Super Bowl winning form they were in last season.
As soon as Brady announced his plans to sign with the Bucs last offseason, a trade was immediately set in motion to get Rob Gronkowski, Brady’s running mate during his time in New England. When Antonio Brown was reinstated, the Bucs nabbed him as soon as they could. Leonard Fournette quickly moved to Tampa after Jacksonville released him.
If you think Brady didn’t have a say in all this, you’re grossly mistaken. Now, it looks like he’s trying to add even more talent to the Buccaneers roster.
.@ShannonSharpe on Antonio Brown signing with the Bucs:
“Tom Brady absolutely green-lit this move. I’ve got no problem with this, but everyone knows he’s in that locker room because #12 wanted him there. But I agree with what Bruce Arians said: ‘Be a team player or be gone.'” pic.twitter.com/W3wXVTVFV5
— UNDISPUTED (@undisputed) October 26, 2020
Tom Brady Releases A Hilarious Madden 22 Skit Calling For A Superteam: Will Tom Brady Play In The Preseason
Being one of the cover athletes of Madden 22, Brady is one of their premier marketers. And lo and behold, in an advertisement released by EA today, Brady was the star, front and center.
— ESPN (@espn) August 17, 2021
Yeah, it makes sense why nobody might have picked up Brady’s call as they all chose to retire for specific reasons. You have to appreciate Brady’s effort as he eventually resorted to playing Madden online which is his next best option.
You can argue that the Buccaneers already have a super team down in Tampa with a stacked receiving group featuring three players who can easily have a 1,000 yard season. Add on that defense, and man, they are an absolutely stacked team.
Meanwhile in the real world, Brady played a few snaps in the preseason opener against the Cinicinnati Bengals, but it looks like he won’t be playing anymore according to head coach Bruce Arians.
Bucs’ HC Bruce Arians said that he does not expect Tom Brady play Saturday in Tampa’s second preseason game against the Titans. And he won’t be alone. “We probably won’t play any starters,” Arians said.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 16, 2021